The Nike Air Force 1 debuted in 1982 by Nike and has since become a white canvas for artists and designers around the world. Over the decades, the AF1’s iconic design has undergone subtle updates and new versions to meet the needs of the current world of sneaker toe caps without losing its unique design.


Immediately thereafter, Damien Hirst’s cover design went viral, supporting and adding to the strong spread of Drake’s Certified Lover Boy album. British artist Damien Hirst gave the Canadian rapper a pair of hand-painted Nike Air Force 1s. Let’s explore these special sneakers with Storepc.


Hirst’s Instagram post shows the sneakers featuring abstract paint patches and chalkboard messages as a celebration of the club’s number one billboard and its partnership.

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Hirst’s custom creation features an all-white Air Force 1 Low as the base, and the upper features orange, green, red, pink, yellow and blue. Instead of splattering paint, they chose to serve as a permanent fixture for Hearst’s message to Drake: “For Drake” was written on the left shoe with a heart and wavy letters next to it, while the left shoe said “For Drake” “For Drake” with a heart and wavy letters next to it. The right shoe reads “Big <3 Brother! ” also includes a heart chart.


The love for the Air Force 1 Low clearly runs through the Hirst family, as Damien Hirst’s son Cass Hirst has been known for his hand-painted shoes over the years. Elder Hearst is certainly no stranger to street culture, having worked with everyone from Supreme to Vans.

This is an introduction to Damien Hirst’s hand-painted Nike Air Force 1. Stay tuned to Storepc for the latest sneaker news.

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